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COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



Board of Higher Education. 




Division of Immigration and Americanization 



FIFTY - FOURTH 



ANNUAL REPORT 



July 1, 1970 - June 30, 1971 



ca rip; wealth of "Massachusetts 

TIE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 



lire. Frieda S. Ullian, Hewton Centre - Chairman 
Gene P. Grillo, Bradford - Vice-Chairman 



John Adam, Jr., larlboro 

H. Irving Grousbcck, Weston 



Mrs. Gertrude II. Spaulding, Wakefield 
Halcolra Y. IlacKinnon, Mills 



Dr. Edward C. "loore, Chancellor 
IISBERS OF ADVISORY COIEIISSIOF TO BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 



Pros. Robert C. Wood, Univ of 
I las s.j Boston 

Pres. ilartin J. Lydon, Lowell 
Technological Institute 

Free. Joseph L. Driscoll, South- 
eastern "lass. University 

Pres. William G. Dwycr, Board of 

Regional Community Colleges, 
Boston 



Dr. Neil V. Sullivan, Commissioner of 

Education, Boston 
Pros. William C. Gaige, Director of 

Advisory Council on Education, 

Boston 
Pres. James J. Hammond, State College 

at Fitchburg 
Pres. Glen W, Ferguson, Clerk Univ. 
Worcester 



REPRESENTATIVE I EIDERS 



Robert D. Gordon, Lincoln, Repre- 
senting University of I lass. 

lira. Esther Z. Weltman, Cambridge 
Representing State Colleges 



Ilrs. Errol Y. Jacobsen, Arlington 

Representing Community Colleges 

William 0. Taylor, Hedficld Repre- 
senting Southeastern 
University 



1CU J • 



B0ST01J 

02108 



DIVI3I0I! OF IIIilGRATIOIT AUD AliERICAIIIZATIOIT 

:iAIIT OFFICE 

Room 205, Tremont Building 
73 Tremont Street 
Telephones 227-0719 
Supervisor of Social Service 
iirs. Teofilic. K. Tattan 



BRANCH OFFICES 



FALL RIVER 
02720 



LAWRENCE 
018U0 



51 Franklin Street 
Telephones 672-7762 
District Imm. Agent 
Daniel J. Donahue 

Rooms 308- 309 Blakelcy 

Building 

If? 7 Essex Street 

Telephone; 682-2877 

District Irni. Agent 

Andrew W. An sera 



SPRINGFIELD 

01103 



WORCESTER 
01608 



State Office Bldg. 
235 Chestnut Street 
Telephone; 73U-1018 
District Imm. Agent 
John A. Mclnncs 

Rooms U01-U02 Park 

Building 

507 I Iain Street 

Telephone; 755-6815 

District Imm. Agent 

Edmund B. Ilcduski 



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- Report of the 

DIVISION OF E-EUGBATION AND AiSRICiUIIZATIOI 7 

FOR THE YEAR 
July 1, 1970 to June 30, 1971 



j 

In fulfilling the fundamental purpose of the work of the 
Division of Immigration and Americanization, "to bring its residents 
of foreign origin into sympathetic and mutually helpful relations 
with the Commonwealth", the yecr closed with 52,297 services to 23,31*6 
individuals in all five offices, showing increasing numbers with more 
non-English speaking applicants, Boston office reported 28,51*8 services 
to 9951* individuals ; Lawrence 8077 to l|i*92 individuals; Worcester 5838 
to 3337 persons; Fall River 6l61* to 3305; and Springfield 3670 to 2208 
individuals, as charts at the end of this report shoxtf. 

In the foreign speaking group, those of Portuguese origin 
predominate with 581*6 services; Italian next with 3832; and Greek with 
3660. The Spanish specking group of Cubans and other Western Hemisphere 
born follows in the list of some one hundred nationalities we collated. 
(See lists at end of report) 

The services include the many aspects of newcomers • settling 
in a new atmosphere with problems of education, housing, employment, and 
general assimilation, with reunion of families and citizenship acquisition 
an important part of becoming permanently settled in the United States 
of America. 

LOCALITIES 

Our applicants come from every city and town of the Common- 
wealth, as our charts at the end of the report show. The majority are 
in cities where our offices are located. Boston residents were \% 3 h$9i 
Fall River 31*27, Lawrence l*085j Worcester 3156; Springfield 2110; and 
the services are to individuals personally calling at our offices, al- 
though there are letters of inquiry with services given by mail. 



WELC0:ffl- T G THE IlEWCOHER 

This Division continues to send welcome letters to newly 
arrived immigrants destined to Massachusetts. The letter informs them 
of services offered by the Division in their becoming assimilated to 
life in the United States. Many of the replies request information 
about schools and educational opportunities, housing and job opportuni- 
ties, in addition to information on reunion with relatives abroad end 
citizenship 

This year we received some 13,000 names of newcomers and the 
chart following shoitf nationalities. We had contact with 3365 newcomers 
for various requests of assistance. 



2IAJ0R GROUPS OF IIETIGRANTS 



There is growing awareness ox the changing ethnic nix in 
communities in the nationality of the recent immigrants . The Let 
of October 3, 1965, abolished all quotas and set up an annual allot- 
ment of 170,000 immigrants from Eastern Hemisphere countries, with no 
more than 20,000 visa numbers available to any one country. This favored 
no particular immigrant group and allowed persons from countries previ- 
ously having small quotas to send larger numbers of immigrants. Especially 
it favored Portuguese., Greeks and Chinese, noted in our statistics. It 
changed the major groups of immigrants . Portuguese immigrants have pre- 
dominated in this State in the past few years and statistics show over 
300$ increase since 1965. Other major groups are the Greek born and 
Italians, making up the largest Ea.stern Hemisphere arrivals. 

The quota established by the Act of 1965 for the countries of 
the Western Hemisphere is 120,000 without granting cny preferences as 
permitted to certain relatives of persons coming from the Eastern Hemis- 
phere. Notably Cmadian immigration has decreased and mostly this is 
attributed to the impossibility of getting labor clearances because of 
the unemployment situation and availability of Americ an workers. 



The past five years have brought increa.se of persons coming 
from Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados, and other Tlest Indies countries, llany 
came on job contracts and then were able to send for their spouses and 
children or parents, showing a large increase in their number over that 
of the era prior to 1965. Also many come from theDominican Republic, 
Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama and South America, representing the Spanish 
speaking group. Haitians who speak French are in high number. 

Cubans still come but are fewer in number and most seen eager 
to adjust to residents as soon as possible. Also great numbers of than 
are getting naturalized when so possible, residence period completed. 

Defore the Acto of October, 1965, most Asian countries had 
small quotas and therefore few immigrants came froi.i there to the United 
States. How that they have the same rating as countries of Eastern 
Europe, we have moie immigrants from China, the Philippines, etc., and 
Asians for the first time have the desired economic, social, and political 
opportunities available in the United States. 

The current immigration law has restricted more persons numer- 
ically but has made x^ray for a more diverse group. 



I^TIOITAL ITIES OF EHIGRAIJTS TO iIASSACH USSTTS 
JULY 1, 1970 - jTjiiE 30, 1971 



Portugal 

Italy 

Greece 

Ccnc.dc. 

Engl and 

Jamaica 

Chin c 

Trinidrd 

Haiti 

India 

Ireland 

Philippin cs 

Cube. 

Germany 

Korea 

Honduras 

Coloribia 

Dom Rep 

Barb ado s 

Brazil 

Egypt 

Poland 

Turkey 

Jordan 

Argcntina 

Ilontscrrat 

Ecuador 

Spain 

U.S.S.R. 

Australia 

Japan 

Guatemala 

Syria 

France 

Co eta Rica 

Hong Kong 

Iran 

Finlrnd 

Hungary 

Pencil a 

Scotland 

Thailand 

Yugoslavia 

Pakistan 

Czechoslovakia 

South Africa 

Romania 

Switzerland 



3355 
1551 
1U05 
727 
532 
U62 
k$l 
U22 
UOl 
293 
199 
193 
183 
130 
159 
155 
133 
121+ 

117 

100 

92 

83 

72 

69 
60 
60 
58 
52 
52 
50 
k9 
U8 
k6 
U5 
k3 
k2 
Ul 
Uo 
Uo 
38 

37 
37 
37 
36 
33 
29 
25 
2k 



Vietnar. 


2k 




Isracl 


23 




Netherlands 


23 




Ilcxico 


20 




Hew Zealand 


20 




Nigeria 


20 




Venezuela 


20 




Guyana 


19 




West Indies 


19 




Austria 


10 




Burma 


18 




Iraq 


17 




El Salvadore 


Ik 




Lebanon 


Ik 




Bulgaria 


13 




Denmark 


13 




Indonesia 


13 




Sweden 


13 




Algeria 


12 




Tobago 


10 




Chile 


10 




Uruguay 


10 




Peru 


9 




Belgium 


8 




Ceylon 


8 




Latvie 


8 




ITorway 


7 




Wales 


7 




Bcr.iuda 


5 




Bolivi a 


5 




Prlcstinc 


5 




Albania 


5 




Iceland 


k 




Antigua 


3 




Nicaragua 


3 




Rhodesia 


3 




Lithuania 


3 




Libya 


2 




Liberia 


2 




Paraguay 


2 




Armenia 


1 




Aruba 


1 




Bahamas 


1 


's. 


Cypress 


1 




Ghana 


1 




Kenya 


1 




Ilorocco 


1 




Ethopia 


1 





TOTAL 



13,000 



PR03LEJS I!! IMMIGRATION 



L major pert of our assistance in the immigration field 
affects family reunions. We helped l£U3 citizen relatives to make 
petitions for spouses,, parents, children, brothers and sisters, and some 
835 aliens in action to be united with these members of families. 

Except in cases of close family reunions, there are several 
provisions in immigration laws preventing the entry of persons who would 
adversely affect the United States labor market. Section 2]2(a)(lU) 
states in parts ".Aliens seeking to enter the United States, for the purpose 
of performing skilled or unskilled labor, unless the Secretary of Labor 
has determined and certified to the Secretary of State and to the Attorney 
General that (a) there are not sufficient workers in the United States who 
are able, willing, qualified, and available at the time of application for 
a visa and admission to the United States and at the place to which the 
alien is detined to perform such skilled and unskilled labor, and (b) the 
employment of such aliens will not adversely affect the wages, and working 
conditions of the workers in the United States similarly employed...." 

It is this labor clearance provision that has practically 
permitted only relatives to come to the United States since February, 1971. 
I,t that time, regulations became effective that, as our experience has 
shown, except for a few professions as medicine, nursing, no Ic.bor 
clearances have been approved because of the economic situation. 

The former category of persons with college degrees having teach- 
ing or business experience has not the privilege of getting on lists of 
preference quotas because of their skilled occupations, without approval from 
the Labor Department. In Massachusetts, as elsewhere, engineers have 
suffered most because of layoffs in the many war-connected industries. 
Massachusetts has opened an employment office particularly for this group, 
situated near Route 128, the area of their former employment, and has 
programs of retraining and replacement, Many newspaper stories have re- 
sulted. 

Many of our applicants had relatives who were auto mechanics, 

shoe repairmen, butchers, as well as other tradesmen, carpenters, cabinet 
makers, whom they have helped to get job assurances in the past. We have 
assisted in completion of applications, translating evidence of experience, 
etc., but with the present situation of unemployment in thi s Commonwealth, 
this is at a standstill. 



FII T iJTCE LAW 

Enactment of the law permitting United States citizens to bring 
to the United States fiances whom they plan to marry within ninety days 
has brought problems. We assisted forty-two persons in execution of proper 
documents to have suchWimmigrants come to the United States. They came 
from Cape Verde Islands, Italy, Greece, Lebanon, Korea, Vietnam, Canada, and 






England. In the case of en Italian young man who entered under this 
provision, ho changed hie mind before the knot could be tied end returned 
to Italy. A Capo Verdirn nan who cene under the sponsorship of one U.S. 
citizen changed hie rind and narricd mother young lady, and in the case 
of the older Greek woman who had hopes of marrying a ouch younger nan for 
whom she executed papers, he wed another, younger than himself . Their 
adjustment to residents ic under advisement. 

ADJUSTS!^ OF STATUS 

Soi.ie nine hundred sixty-one persons were aided to adjust from 
some temporary status as visitor, student, or Cuban parolee, to that of 
resident. 

Hany have cone ac visitors fron the llest Indies, married legal 
residents, and then x-jiahed to remain with their spouses in the United 
States. Applicetions have been accepted, at the American Consulates in 
Canada, end the U.S. Iiu'.iigration end l T e.ture_Lizaticn Service has been con- 
Giderate in granting them the privilege of remaining in the United States 
until the Conaul arranged an appointment. Then a trip to Canada rnd return 
to the United Statca the next day with immigrant vie a have recultcd in many 
caaes. ProceGGing takes time and our many acrviccc include not only corre- 
Gpondonce with Consuls, but trensletions of documents and preparation of 
the files pertinent to the applications. 

For many born in TJestcrn Hemisphere countricG, the wait for 
quota numbers lies been over one year. At least come of theGe spouses 
are in the United States and Gupporting their wives while awaiting their 
numbers. However, there ere anxious spouses awaiting their turns abro- d 
whom U.S. residents went back to narrv* 



The nonpref crence status in the Western Hemisphere quota has 
created hardships in separations of families. Immigration legislations, 
introduced for action in Congress, if enacted, would alleviate this situ- 
ation 

Adjustments of status under Section 2U5 of the Immigration end 
llationrlity Act, involving spouses and immediate f anily members of citizens 
and legal residents, were initiated for 630 applicrnts. Our social workers 
accompany these applicants to hoerings at the U.S. Ii.imigration Office as 
they arc registered to act as representatives in behalf of the clients. 

About every phese of immigrant status has come to our attention 
in assisting both sponsors of aliens and the aliens themselves who seek 
our help. Hot only ere we im.iigration lew consul tents but, as social 
workers, have hed to be concerned with many problems of assimilation with 
domestic difficulties arising. 

Language difficulties, lack of English, etc., plague the new 
arri vals and in meny instances the first job of the newcomer is not at his 
usuci trade or profession, often causing tension end unhe.ppiness for those 
settling in now homes in an atmosphere of unrest and turmoil, even in the 
best country of the world, the U.S.A. 



STATISTICS FR01I FEDERAL REPORTS 



In the fiscal year from July 1, 1969 to June 30, 1970, 373,326 
immigrants were admitted to the United States, an increase of 14, 747 or 
about k% from 1969. Of the 373,326 immigrants, 10,000 or sore had as 
place of intended residence the following states- 



1969-70 



I968-69 



1967-68 



1966-67 



Few York 
California 

Few Jersey 

Illinois 

Texas 

Massachusetts 

Florida 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania 



97,821 
7^268 

23,699 

20,910 
18,26)4 
15,212 

13,902 
10,730 
10, 584 



24 5 4Q3 
71 1 183 

18,935 

20,1*20 

17,739 
19,043 
13,783 
9,407 
10,0)4.1 



97,802 
72 1 371 
27,712 
24,901 
17,335 
19,339 
69,586 

10,691 
10,772 



69^150 
l8,3o4 
20,270 

14,349 
18,246 

22 5 743 
11,522 

10,291 



This total number of immig rents does not mean that all are 
workers. It is estimated that about half of then entered as relatives of 
citizens, or of legal residents and will not enter the labor market. 

Fationalities of those destined to Tfassachusetts in 
fiscal year 1969-70 (latest available statistics from 
Federal Report 



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Italy , 


O006OO04 


a • 1 


.............. 4,335 

, 1,709 








l# .i. 1,324 


United Kingdom ....„, 




4> O O * 4 


899 

821 

^68 








450 


China 






374 


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1 O O O 


................. 341 

239 


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Philippines , . 




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> 


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...... 227 

183 








:..::.::........ 155 








.... 123 

120 








, 52 


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TOTAL 15,212 



ALIENS BT MASSACHUSETTS REGISTERED AS OF JANUARY 1. 1971 

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GRAND TOTAL 172»llSU 

PERMANENT RESIDENTS 157, 501 TMPORARY Ik, 953 



Portugal 37,180 

Canada 32^907 

Italy 16,333 

United Kingdom lU 5 U50 

Greece 8,262 

Poland 6,906 

Germany U,5lU 

Ireland U,l+92 

Cuba U,llUi. 

China and Taiwan 2,831 

India 2,256 

Jamaica 2,182 

France 1,7^9 

Lithuania 1,662 

Trinidad and Tobago 1 5 356 

U.S.S.R. 1,252 

Japan 1,189 

Philippines 1,181; 

Brazil l,ll|8 

Netherlands 1,11+3 

Colombia 1,139 

Haiti 1,081; 

Lebanon 9&9 

Finland 901 

Turkey 89 It 

Barbados 863 

Argentina 839 

Dom. Rep. 833 

Honduras 812 

Sweden 811 

Korea 789 

Australia 727 

Israel 69 h 

Norway 67I+ 

Latvia 587 

Austria 519 

Iran 503 

Spain 1+85 

Ecuador 1+75 

Venezuela Ufrh 

UAR (Egypt) UU3 

Costa Rica U3U 

Switzerland 1+29 

Guatemala 390 

Panama 388 

Albania 370 



Czechoslovakia 

Syrian Arab Republic 

Denmark 

Peru 

Belgium 

Mexico 

Yugo Slavic 

South Africa 

Thailand 

Chile 

Jordan 

Nigeria 

Paid stan 

Romania 

Hungary 

New Zealand 

El Salvador 

Uruguay 

Vietnam 

Guyana 

Nicaragua 

Iraq 

Malaysia 

Ghana 

Liberia 

Indonesia 

Iceland 

Bolivia 

Ceylon 

Ethiopia 

Paraguay 

Tongo 

Cyprus 

Bulger ±c 

Kenya 

Sierra Leone 



Burm? 



TOTAL 




ALL OTHERS UNDER 30 TOTAL 382 



U.S. citizenship claimed U&3 

Stateless 727 

UnknoT-m 706 

GRAND TOTAL 172, hSh 



CITIZENSHIP 



The Federal statistics show that in the pest ten years , 
1*8,213 persons were naturalized in the State of Ilassaehusetts. In the 
year ending June 30, 1971;, there were some 3,9;>0 persons naturalized 
in this State. 

Our offices assisted 1,667 persons in filing applications for 
naturalization. Many of the Cubans now eligible are proceeding to be 
naturalized, as well as Philippine born, Greek born, Italian and Portu- 
guese, are most eager to become United States citizens. They usually are 
of the "newer arrivals". There have been a number of Canadians having 
lived in the United States many years for whom no record of entry could 
be located. liuch correspondence had to be completed in getting evidence 
of residence for every year since 1921}. from several states of former 
residence. Record of registry was established for one man and an alien 
registration card issued in time for the long planned trip to Ireland, th 
birthplace of his wife. 

Nationalities of those naturalized the past year were; Canada, 
5223 Italy it65; Portugal UOOj United Kingdom 33o.° Ireland 277s Cuba 262 3 
Germany 231; Greece 229? Poland 1^0; China (including Taiwan) 91 j Phi- 
lippines 62 1 Netherlands 5O3 France I4I3 Israel 39 j Korea 32j Japan 21,° 
Hungary 17 3 Yugoslavia II43 -iexico hi 3 etc. 

This Division annually distributes some 10,000 booklets 
"Questions and Answers In Preparation For The naturalization Examination" 
which are given to individual applicants, classes in citizenship and 
civic groups. 

CQ-0PERATI0IT VII TH AGENCIES 

Our association and relations with the U.S. Immigration Service, 
with the many social agencies with whom we have contact and relations with 
the many Ethnic groups continues to be of mutual benefit to each. 

The duty of the Division to "bring into sympathetic and 
mutually helpful relations the Commonwealth and its residents of foreign 
origin" is a paramount one. Dy having social workers of experience who 
speak their language, by understanding their problems of assimilation 
and assistance in referrals to education facilities, work opportunities, 
by technical help in process of legalizing irregular status, by assistance 
in filling forms and giving information in immigration and citizenship 
matters, such assistance adds up to make great results of assimilation and 
naturalization. It also helps in the making of real Americans and partici- 
pants in this Commonwealth and helps to make America, its institutions, 
and Americans, dear to them so they too will become stea.dfa.st citizens. 



EXPLOITATION OF ALIENS 



During the pest year a great nunber of instances of alleged 
exploitation of non-English speaking persons involved several unerupu- 
lous persons speaking their language and as understood by than, had 
promised adjustment of status in the United States. The cases involved 
a great number of Portuguese and Spanish speaking persons from the Western 
Hemisphere. They having entered on a temporary basis to the United States, 
had sought the help of these persons to adjust to residents. Fees had 
been paid ranging to hundreds of dollars. 

It was estimated that several hundred persons of Portuguese 
extraction were involved in these cases. At the hearings held in Boston 
by Senator Edward II. Brooke, testimony given by U.S. Officials disclosed 
some thousand aliens were illegal residents in this crea. Further court 
action is pending against persons concerned in these "unscrupulous" 
immigration practices. 

In Many of these cases no further application for relief under 
immigration laws is possible end they have accepted voluntary departure 
to return to their country of birth with hopes of being able to return 
some day as legal residents. 



FUTURE ElilGRATIQU LAWS 

At the present time, because of the unemployment situation, 
high in this Commonwealth this year, labor clearances are not being granted 
and, therefore, practically all immigrants coming now ere relatives. 

A number of proposed changes in the laws have been introduced 
by several Congressmen to establish a more rationrl system for selection 
of immigrants which would arrange a fair distribution for all nations and 
not differentiate those of the Western Hemisphere. 

Changing times, economic situations, world tensions, and ever 
changing laws will continue to create problems for residence of Massachusetts 
The needs grow for assistance to the many Ethnic and so-called minority 
groups. Newly arrived immigrants participate in m- ny Federal Programs as 
special classes in public schools, in job training programs, etc. 

The Cuban airlift from Cuba is expected to be shut down. Host 
likely more relatives will try to come to the United States via Spain as 
so many are there now and unable to come to the United States . They are 
subject to regular immigration laws. They need job approvals which is not 
possible to get at the present time. Legislation giving preference to rela- 
tives of citizens or elimination of the quota for Cubans would unite some 
families . 

With the prevalent world upheavals and crises always present, 
there will be refugees from many nations seeking the assistance of the 
U.S.A. All these matters are subjects of proposed legislation already intro- 
duced for Congressional attention. 



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REPORTS OF DISTRICT OFFICES 

LAWRENCE 

The Lawrence District Office completed the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1971 with 8077 services to kh92 individuals from 78 countries. 
This was an increase of k91 services over the previous year. 

If last year was one of frustration because of the Labor 
Department restrictions imposed on immigration, this year was one of utter 
frustration, A good deal of our time was spent in explaining to clients^ 
why their relatives are unable to come to the United States. The economic 
situation in this country would have to improve dramatically or alleviating 
legislation would have to be enacted before "uncle Jose" or "cousin 
Giuseppina" will be allowed to emigrate. 

Our work, however, also had its bright moments. We assisted a 
glamorous Filipino movie queen to adjust her status. One of the super- 
stars of the Boston Bruins Hockey Club is now a resident through our 
assistance. Furthermore, one of his well-known team mates is also 
planning to start his papers through our office. The Miss Universe repre- 
sentative of a couple of years ago from the Dominican Republic married an 
American citizen and we very happily assisted her with her application for 
an immigrant visa. We also had a Flamenco guitarist from Spain, a 
ballerina from Austria, a bouzouki player from Greece, two Irish 
balladeers, and a Lebanese folk singer. Think of the show we could put on 
if we brought all these people together! 

We were also busy this year helping individuals with their 
applications for citizenship. Again, a large number of Cuban refugees 
who had completed five years' residence applied for and received United 
States citizenship. 

On two occasions, this Agent was requested to speak before 
foreign students at Lowell Technological Institute regarding our services 
and assistance. We greeted some 13f>3 new immigrants in the Merrimack 
Valley by welcoming letters offering our services to them and have 
referred many interested newcomers to evening classes. 

Many of our clients who had personal, family* or employment 
problems were referrpd +.r» +bp pj.o^<>i i-es<^moo ror assistance. We are 
continuing to maintain good relations with the various private and public 
agencies lop.Ally and abroad and are receiving excellent cooperation from 
■tticin. Other duties included the translation of documents from German, 
Italian, French, and Arabic. We also assisted a number of American 
citizens in completing applications for United States passports. 

This past fiscal year we began a joint operation with the 
Florence Crittenton League of Lowell, involving adoption of orphans from 
Korea and Colombia. The program is moving along very well and a number 
of youngsters will soon be arriving to their adoptive parents in this 



country. 

The flfeighborhood Youth Corps is continuing to provide us with 
the services of trainees who alleviate our workload by performing routine 
tasks such as filing and compiling statistics. 

Although we are constantly kept busy, it is a "labor of 
pleasure", especially when our efforts prove successful in helping our 
clients solve their problems. 

FALL RIVER 

The total services rendered for the past fiscal year, July 1, 
1970 to June 30, 1971 were 6,l61+, an increase of 1,729 over the previous 
fiscal year. This upward trend in services was no doubt due to an extra 
clerk this office employed part of that year. Individuals served were 
3,305. 

There was an increase in all phases of work, citizenship and 
immigration. Adjustment of status cases, visa petitions, and affidavit 
executions were numerous. There was a total of 2l+6 applications for 
naturalization, a noteworthy increase of 86 from the past fiscal year. 

The Fall River Branch Office provided services to clients 
representing over fifty-two nationalities, coming from thirty-six 
different communities located in Southeastern Massachusetts, The City of 
Fall River yielded two out of every four clients with a sizable total from 
the City of New Bedford. The nationality and ethnic background of the 
clients who visited the Fall River Branch Office were predominately 
Portuguese who have migrated from the Azores Islands, Portugal, and since 
Public Law 89-236 was enacted in 1965 it is estimated that between twenty 
and thirty thousand of these immigrants have located in Southeastern 
Massachusetts • 

There has been a series of wide -spread complaints about Portuguese 
aliens being exploited in the Fall River-New Bedford area during the past 
fiscal yeari Hearings on these complaints were held in Boston and at New 
Bedford before Senator Brooke's Senate Sub-Committee and received much 
publicity on television and in the press. It appears there will be more 
information on this alleged exploitation when it comes before the courts 
in November 1971. Numerous such cases came to our attention of Portuguese 
who had entered the United States as visitors and had overstayed their 
time. It was alleged that they paid fees to certain persons and had 
understood that they could remain in the United States and work after 
certain procedures. As a result, a great number of these aliens are now 
subject to deportation. 

It should also be noted that many remote lands are represented 
on our Nationality Statistics Sheet due to the fact that Bristol Community 
College and particularly Southeastern Massachusetts University have compar- 
atively large groups of foreign students in attendance and all, at one 



time or another, find our services valuable in the many problems that such 
a situation provokes. 

Newcomer letters are mailed to aliens who are not familiar with 
the services this office renders to help them in their assimilation to 
life in the United States. 

Western Hemisphere entrance is now restricted to a quota number 
and there is hardship involved in waiting for one as these numbers are at 
present oversubscribed. 

Names of applicants for United States citizenship are channeled 
to the Adult Education Departments in Fall River and New Bedford in order 
that applicants may learn English and prepare for naturalization. 

This Agent visits New Bedford one day a week and our relations 
with local, state, and federal offices have been very helpful in rendering 
services to clients. 

WORCESTER 

"Love and Marriage", always a central theme in immigration, 
played a more important role this fiscal year, due to the so-called 
"Fiance Law" which became effective on April 7, 1970. From the 3387 clients 
to whom we provided 5838 services, a fair percentage involved the subject 
in comparison with the sponsoring of parents, children, brothers or 
sisters and their families, relatives, and persons through employment. 

The marriage picture necessitates not only the completion of 
fiance petitions but also affidavits of support, form 1-550 verifications, 
adjustment of status forms, application for visa forms, and several 
others, some of these for the foreign governments involved. In many 
instances, we find it more trying to explain the procedure involved than 
to complete the necessary forms - for instance, marriage in the United 
States or overseas by a citizen or a permanent resident alien to an Eastern 
Hemisphere or Western Hemisphere beneficiary, from a free country or not 
so free country. 

Cur first fiance adjustment of status case involved a recently 
discharged U. S. soldier who filed an 1-12 9F fiancee petition in May, 
1970. She arrived from Germany in June- and they were married in August. 
This procedure is relatively fast and convenient for the parties 
concerned, in comparison if he had to travel to Europe to marry and then 
completing procedure for issuance of a permanent visa to the United States. 

Every month since the law went into effect we receive more 
inquiries concerning it. Even the question as to what would happen if the 
beneficiary married another person is a subject of discussion. In a 
typical month, we go through this marriage gamut for spouses and prospec- 
tive spouses in all parts of the world, for example - Australia, Canada, 
Colombia, Finland, Greece, Jamaica, Korea, Poland, Scotland, and Vietnam. 



Assistance in citizenship applications is predominant. The 
recent newcomer is most conscious of the benefits of such citizenship. 
Many seek information and are referred to schools for English, 

To point out the ramifications of one of the fiance cases, a 
Greek man, married to a Worcester native, was naturalized as a United 
States citizen on December U, 1970. Since that date, we've assisted him 
with petitions also affidavits of support for his father, mother, two 
single brothers, a single sister, a married sister with three children, a 
married brother with four children, and an adjustment of status for his 
single sister visiting here. He is preparing to petition for two other 
family members. He hopes to arrange and finance their plane transpor- 
tation and establish them in the United States, where he found his oppor- 
tunity as a cook and home owner since his arrival in 1965 from Greece. 
He likes to explain his progress in this country and future plans and 
opportunities for the prospective immigrants. His U. S. born wife of 
Greek parentage is assisting him with his endeavors. 

Actually, similar chains of events in immigration and Ameri- 
canization have been going on since the discovery of America in llr92, but 
not with the same technicalities and forms as now. Through the years, 
there's a shift of immigration and subsequent naturalization and assimi- 
lation of people from different countries but, as they say, "it is and 
will be the backbone of the United States". 

SPRMGFIBLD 

On June 30, 1971, our agency completed fifty-four years in 
fulfilling its duties to residents of the four western counties of the 
Commonwealth. Three thousand, six hundred seventy services were given 
2,208 individuals. During the year the agent was obliged to work alone 
for a period of two months due to the serious illness of the secretary. 

Individuals came to us from eighty localities within our area. 
The majority came from Springfield and neighboring communities. We 
received correspondence requesting advice from former residents in 
Florida, California, Michigan, and as far away as Turkey. 

We had contact with immigrants from eighty different countries. 
The major ethnic group was Jamaicans followed in order by natives of the 
United States, Canada, Greece, Italy, Poland, Germany, and Portugal. 
We had dealings w&tb three South Vietnamese. 

We contacted by means of our newcomer letter 971 new immigrants 
who upon entry to the United States were destined to reside in the four 
western counties of the Commonwealth - 102 in Berkshire, 22 in Franklin, 
7U8 in Hampden, and 99 in Hampshire County. The response to these 
letters was gratifying, especially since so many of them inquired about 
learning English to become citizens. Their show of interest in citizenship 
certainly is in contrast to those who came to our shores many years ago. 
Other requests sought information and procedures for sponsoring immediate 



relatives, inquiries for Selective Service and Social Security offices, 
for adult civic educational classes throughout Western Massachusetts, 
and questions about job and educational opportunities, A typical letter 
received from some of these new arrivals reads in part, "I take this 
opportunity to extend my sincerest thanks for the welcome to your 
beautiful country. It makes me feel both grateful and happy. God's 
blessings upon you and your work. I certainly hope I will prove to be 
an outstanding citizen". 

Present immigration regulations regarding non-approved labor 
clearances are disheartening to many people when they encounter the 
problem of trying to obtain job certifications for relatives. Because 
of the unemployment situation, we have noticed that some American consuls 
have been reluctant to issue immigrant visas unless the sponsors have 
considerably more earnings and assets than required in former affidavits 
of support. Also more persons have been refused visitors' visas because 
they have been unable to satisfy the United States Consulates of their 
purpose in coming to the United States and of their intention to return 
to their homeland. Many people this last year have inquired about 
departure bonds required by consular offices. This tightening up of 
visitors' visas is due, no doubt, to the tremendous number of relatives 
of our clients who have been discovered to be out of status because they 
have overstayed their time or have been found to be working. 

The existing crime wave has brought numerous people to us to 
apply for duplicate Alien Registration Receipt Cards as their original 
1-151 cards have been stolen either as a result of housebreaks or theft 
of wallets or pocketbooks at their places of employment or at shopping 
centers . 

The Springfield District Office continues to receive excellent 
cooperation from public and private agencies. Particularly is this true 
in the case of United States Immigration and Naturalization Service at 
Springfield and Boston. 



FISCAL YEAR 1/1/10 - 6/30/71 

INFORMATI ON 

Booklets, Forms, Blan ks 

Citizenship 

Immigration 

Travel " 

Others"" 



TISTICAL DETAIL 




« 



2g 

~^0 



FORMS FILLED - 

Change of Address (AR-ll) 
Biographic Data (BSP-7Q) 
Visa Reg. (?S-k91-h91 &) "- 
Imm. Visa Application tFS-510) 



Representative Reg. (G-28) 
Alien Registration (1-53) 
Dup. Alien Reg. Bard (1-90 



6897 



206 



71 



Visa Pet. Temporary Help(I-29B)' 
Relative Petition (1-130) 

Reentry Permit (1-131)- 

Skilled Labor Pet. (I^UoJ 



Petition to Classify States of 

Fiancee (I-129F) 
Notice of Filing Brief (1-2903) 
Foreign Police Clearance (I-U81jT 
Registery for Citz. (1-1-85) 
Perm. Res. (Section 2L£> ~ 

(I-U8$)_ 
Cuban Adjustment (I-1|85A) 



39 



Temporary Change Status (l^oSJ 
Extension Visitor Stay (1-539) * 
Verification Legal Entry(l-55o)' 
Refugee-Escapee A s surance( I-59TJ 
Pet. Under Orphan Act (1-600) 
Exchange Student Waiver (I-61T} 

Other Immigration Forms 

Decl. of Intention (N-300) - 
Pet. for Naturalization (N-1*00)' 
Rapatriation (N-i+Ql) - 
Pet. Nat'l of Child (N-l*o£) - 



Verification Mil. Service (N-l^oT 



Duplicate Certificate <N-565) 
Info, from Records (N-585) 



Deriv. Cert. Application (N^OOl 
Other Naturalization Forms " 



Page Total 



HI 

292 



"7H6" 



95Q 

W 



1133 



3217 1976 



157 



19 



22 



"20iH" 






237 



526 



6 

Eh 

B 



)FFICES - All Offices 



309h 

TocT 



77F 



2257 



21 



"2o0" 



23 



lil6 



23B" 



677 



10 



11 



"6T 



■~2H~ 




101 
"7F 



13653 



19 



IF 



ToT 



11 



~W 



22 



232 



11 



iai2 



73" 



27 



93 



77 



810 

TIT 



3h 



22 



"IT 



11 



201 



93 



T 



13 



Ti9 



12 



30 



699 



k9 



16* 



73 



10 



30 



w 



T 



107 



17,963 

3,035 
.710 



12 



"20T 



U2 



21 



3U 



37 



13 



23 



IF 



203 



99 



10 



9J 



11C 
1,600 



3 



"*?" 



102 



25 



12c 
"22T 



12 



12: 



Zhlh 261$ hZhh 30,218 



EXECUTON OF AFFIDAVITS 
Affidavit of Support 



Certificate of Identity 

U.S.S.R. Russian Assurance 
Polish Assuranc e 
Cuban Assurance 
Other Notarial 



Biographic Inf .(G-325-325A) 
Military Biographic -(G-32SIH 



Labor Clearance (ES-575A & IJ 



OTHER SERVICES 

Change of Status 



Appearance at Hearings 
Interpretation & Trans 

Letters mmmm ^ mtmimt _ ______ 

Others 



NEWCOMER INTERVIEW 



B 

8 



U3S2 



T255" 



25 



79 



W 



"WK 






635 
-oT 



ToJ 



131 



3E 



8775 



33S> 



T 



753 



177 



1273 
"5572" 



1768 



PAGE TOTAL 

First Page Total 



1U8S5 
TS55T 



GRAND TOTAL 



2851|8 



586 



"8" 



17 

T 



im 



69 



771 



1992 



6l6U 



JxJ 

O 
| 



861 



"W 



b" 
28- 



13 



TUF 



322 



s 



1522 



1 

"TbT 



12BT 
""ST 



220 



2603 



8077 



o 



03 W 



363 



107 



TIT 



120"" 



1 
T 



301 



"W 



7 



331 



995 



"2575" 



3670 



E-i 

D 

o 

O 



829 



315 



23 



96* 



To? 

"2"" 



*5E 



1*90 



"7*5 



2 

"sir 



155 



275 



1591; 



TO 



1-3 

a 

o 

EH 



70l|0 
3038" 



"56T 

IFofT 



17 



"880T 



"21S" 



12F 



11671; 



"96T 
193" 



1522 



8570 



123 



3365 



22,079 



30,218 



5838 52,297 



TOTAL 



1. 
2. 

3. 
k. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
1U. 
15. 
16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 

23. 
2k. 
25. 
26. 

27. 
28. 

29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
32i. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
39. 
UO. 
1*1. 
U2. 
1*3. 

Wn 
US. 
U6. 

U7. 
U8. 

1*9- 
50. 

51. 
52. 



Albania 

Algeria" 

Antigua 

Arabia^ 

Argentina 

Armenia (R orT) 

Aruba 



Australia 

Austria 

Bahamas 

Barbados 

Belgium 

Bermuda 

Bolivia 

Brazil^ 

Br. Guian< 

Bulgaria 

Canada 

Ceylon 

Chile 

China^_ 

Colombia 

Congo 




Costa Rica 
Cuba m 
Cyprus 

Czechoslovakia 

Danzig 

Denmark 

Dom. Republic 

Ecuador 

Egypt 

El Salvar 

England 

Finland 

Formosa 

France 

Germany 

Ghana 

Greece 

Guatemal 

Haiti_ 

Honduras 

Hong Kong 

Hungary 

Iceland 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Iraq]_ 

Ireland 

Israel 



TOTAL 



53. 
ft. 
&. 
56. 

57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 
6U. 
65. 
66. 

67. 
68. 

69. 
70. 

71. 

72. 
73. 
7U. 
75. 
76. 

77. 
W 

79. 
80. 
81. 
82. 

83. 
81u 

85. 
86. 

87. 
88. 

89. 
90. 
91. 
92. 
93. 
9k. 
95. 
96. 

91. 
98. 

99. 
100. 
101. 
102. 
103. 
lOlu 



Italy^_ 

Jamaica 

Japan 

Jordon 

Kenya 

Korea 

Latvia^ 

Lebanon 

Liberia" 

Libya 

Lithuania 

Malaya 

Malta 

Mexico 

Monaco 

Montserrat 

Morocco 

Netherlands 

Mew Zealand 

Nicaragua 

Norway^ 

Other Count rie 

Pakistan 

Palestine 

Panama 




Paraguay 

Peru^_ 

Philippines 

Poland 

Portugal^ 

Puerto Ric'i 

Rumania 

Scotland 

South Afrj 

Spain 

St. Lucia 

Sudan 

Sweden_ 

Switzer! 

Syria 

Thailand 

Trinidad 

Turkey 

Ukraine 

U .S.S.R, 
United &Z 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Vietnam 

Wales_ 

¥. Indies (Other) 

Yugoslavia 

TOTAL 



52,297 





bos': 

10 - 6/3( 


DON 

L 


FAIL 
RIVER 

3ALIT 


LAWRENCE 
I E S 


SPRING 
FIELD 

off: 


WORCESTER 
ICES - All < 


TOTAL 


Fiscal Year 7 A/ 


V71 


1 


2 


)ffices 


Abington 


13 


«r 


16 


Acton 


26 


- 


1 


me 


a 


27 


Acushnet 


or 


m 


I 


- 


w 


m 


Agawam 


- 


M 


- 


59. 


- 


59 


Mesbury 


7 


- 


3 


- 


- 


10 


Amherst 


12 


or 


5 


35 


3 


55 


Andover 


29 


sr 


169 


ts 


- 


19« 


Arlington 


239 


a 


£ 


- 


s> 


2U5 


Ashland 


> 


* 


mf 


^ 


- 


3 


AthaL. 


- 


«• 


- 


* 


5 


"^~ 


Attleboro 


9 


U5 


- 


- 


- 


5U 


Auburn 


2 


- 


V 


- 


53" 


«5 


Avon 


3 


- 


aw 


** 


- 


3 


Ayer 


37 


- 


11 


- 


3 


51 


B arns table 


13 


1& 


— 


- 


— 


31 


Barre 


2 


- 


- 


CB 


5& 


50 


Bedford 


3h 


— 


2 


- 


- 


36 


Belchertdwn 


1 


- 


- 


5 


- 


9 


Bellingham 


13 


= 


- 


- 


& 


21 


Belmont 


206 


- 


6 


- 


- 


212 


Berkley 


- 


ir 


- 


- 


2 


6 


Beverly 


00 


- 


2 


•* 


•> 


1 52 


Bill erica 


60 


«• 


20 


if 


- 


SO 


Blacks tone 


a* 


•r 


- 


- 


1 


5 

1 


Bolton 


- 


- 


- 


•5 


1 


1 


Boston 


1*35^ 


12 


Ik 


- 


& 


lSk59 


Bourne 


«*gr 


4 


m 


•0 


■ 


27 


Boxborough 


1 


mr 


m 


- 


« 


1 


Boxford 


2 


— 


2: 


- 


- 


h 


Boylston 


- 


«■ 


— 


aff 


6it 


eu 


Braintree 


W* 


- 


1 


— 


- 


h9 


sriag ©water 


17 


6 


- 


■r 


- 


23 


Brockton 


3l& 


7 


6 


a 


- 


361 


Brookfield 


1 


M 


— 


. 


1*2 


U3 


Brookline 


577 


1 


— 


• 


- 


57S 


Burlington 


23 


- 


1 


m 


- 


2k 


Cambridge 


1901 


■r 


Ik 


mi 


m 


1915 


oanton 
Carlisle 


5? 


ME 


P 


- 




-S 


Carver 

Charlton 

Chatham 


H 


m 


2 


m 


m 


5 

11 


«»•«• 


m 


- 


~ 


te 


U2 


1 


- 


- 


•s 


V 


1 


onBJLiiisi ord 


10 


m 


136 


- 


m 


15U 



















TOTAL 




Chelsea^ 

Cheshire 

Chic ope e 

CTinton_ 

Cohasset 

Concord 

Conway 



Danvers 

Dartmouth" 

Dedham 

Deerfield 

Dennis__ 

Dighton 

Douglas 

Dover 

Dracut 

Dudley 

Duxbury 



E. Bridgewater 
E. Brookfield ' 
East Longmeadow 
Easthampton 
Easton a 
Edgartown 
Essex 
Everett 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Falmouth 

Fitchburg 

Foxborough 

Framingham 

Franklin 

Freetown 

Gardner^ 

Georgetown 

Gloucester 

Grafton 

Grariby^ 

G. Barrington 

Greenfield 

Groton 

Grovelancf 



Hadley 


BOSTON 


FALL 
RIVER 


LAWRENCE 


SPRING 
FIELD 

6 


WORCESTER 


TOTAL 
6 


Halifax 


15 


- 


- 


- 


— 


15 


Hamilton 


1 


— 


- 


"* 




1 


Hampden 


1 


- 


- 


5 


6 


Hancock 


3 


— 


OF 


« 


— 


3 
7 


Hanover 


7 


- 


-r 


«* 




Hanson 


13 


=■ 


as 


— 


"■ 


13 


Hardwick 


1 


— 


— 


5 


9 


15 


Harvard 


1 





=s- 


OF 


- 


1 


Har$Lck 


5 


1 


• 


— 


5 


10 


Haverhill 


98 


k2h 


as 


as 


- 


522 


Hingham 


3 


= 


— 


— 


- 


3 


Holbrook 


2k 


— 


— 


«s 


- 


2U 


Holden 


1 


— 




— 


90 


91 


Holland 


3 


— 


— 


— 


- 


3 


Hollistori 


29 


— 


= 


~ 


3 


32 


Holyoke 


3k 


- 




207 


- 


2U1 


Hopedale 


1 


«r j 






6 


7 


Hopkinton 


1 




— 


— 


1 


2 


Hudson 


21 


,., 




_ 


52- 


73 


Hull 


32 


- 


— 


- 


- 


32 


Ipswich 


8 


— 


10 


— 


— 


18 


Kingston 


11 


- 


- 




- 


11 


Lancaster 


27 


- 


- 




185 


212 


Lawrence 


U3 


- 


U0U2 


- 


- 


U0V5 


Leicester 


- 


— 


csr 


- 


65 


65 


Lenox 


- 


— 


« 


1? 


HB 


17 


Leominster 


5 


^ 


— 


«■ 


U^ 


51 


Lexington 


hQ 


- 


1 


« 


= 


U9 


Lincoln 


3 


3m 


2 


^g- 


— 


5 


Littleton 


h 


-r 


6 


— 


■B 


10 


Longmeadow 


2 


- 


— 


5> 




55 " 


Lowell 


52 


=■ 


1891 


— 


- 


19U3 


Ludl ow 


10 


— 


2 


113- 


2- 127 


Lunenburg 


1 


— 


• 


— 




1 


Lynn 


bh5 


jS 


6 


— 


— 


" 651 


Lynnfield 

~ ■■ ■" 


7 


— 


1 


i - 


- 


8 


Maiden 


313 


am 


l 




- 


311; 


Manchester 


2k 




2- 


- 


•a* 


26 


Mansfield 


1 


9 


— 




«■ 


10 


Marblehead 


33 


- 


ar 


.f 


— 


33 


Marion 


- 


39 


— 


— 


- 


39 


Marlborough 


26 


— 


af 


- 


51 


77 


Marshfield 


2a 


- 





■f 


1 


25 


Mattapoisett 


- 


28- 


- 


- 


— 


28 


Maynard 


11 


- 


1 


- 


- 


12 

















TOTAL 




Medfield 

Medford 

Medway 

Melrose 

Mendon^ 

Merriraac 

Methuen 

Middleborough 

Middleton 

Milford 

Millbury 

Millis 

Milton 

Monson 

Montague 

Montgomery 



Nahant 

Nantucket 

Natick_ 

Needham 

New Bedf c 

Newbury 

Newbur</port 

Newton 



North Adams 
North Andover 
North Brookfiel 
North Reading 
Northampton 
Northborougti 

Northbridge 
Norton 
Northfield 
Norwell 

Norwood 



Oakham 
Orange 
Orleans 
Oxford 



Palmer 
Peabody 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Petersham 

Phillips ton 

Pittsfield 

Plymouth 

Plympton 





BOSTON 


FALL 
RIVER 


LAWRENCE 


SPRING 

FIELD 


WORCESTER 


T0T/.L 










Princeton 


1 








ia 


19 


Province town 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 




325 






















Quincy 


- 


1 


_ 


— 


326 
















Randolph 


69 










69 


Rayhara 


20 


- 


- 


- 


^ mmm * 


20 


Reading 
Revere 


16 
136 


— 


10 


mm 


mm 


~26"~ 
136 


Rockland 
Rockport 


h3 
1 


■* 






1 


k3 


Russell 


- 


_ 


— 


1 


_ 


1 


Rutland 


— 


.. 


m» 


mm 


38 


3B 


























Salem 


183 


- 


2U 


- 


- 


207 


Salisbury 




- 


2 


- 


- 


2 


Sandwich 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Saugus 


25 


m 


1 


- 


- 


29 


Savoy 


3 


«r 




- 


- 


3 


Scituate 


109 


• 


.- 


. 


m 


109 


Sharon 


12 


— 






— 


12 


Shelbourne 
Sherborn 


~ h 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 


Shirley 


2h 






. 


. - 


27 


Shrewsbury 


- 


. 


— 


. 


192 


192 


Somerset 


- 


163 


28 


• 




191 


Somerville 


938 


*^ 


'~ 


— 


r* 


■ 9^3 _ _ 


oo„ Hadley 


- 


— 


— 


ill 




ITT 


Southborough 


a 


- 


- 


- 


5 


13 


Southbridge 


it 


me 


- 


- 


lii9 


153 


Southwick 


- 


_ 


m. 


15 


- 


15 


Spencer 


m. 


_ 


_ 


— 


50 


50 


Springfield 


21 


- 


7 


2081 


1 


2110 


Sterling 


1 


— 


- 


- 


12 


13 


Stockbridge 


2 


• 


• 


- 


ap 


2 


St on eh am 


Bo 


— 


2 


- 


- 


82 


Stoughton 


105 


6 


1 


- 


- 


112 


Stowe 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Sturbrldge 


i n 




■v 


2 


33 
1 


1 n 


Sunderland 


XU 


mm 


«» 


10 


J. 


J L 

10 


Sutton 


— 


mm 


- 


- 


1U 


ill 


Swampscott 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


22 


Swansea 


- 


70 


- 


- 


- 


76 


Taunton 


31* 


77 








112 


Templeton 


2 


mm 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Tewksbury 


51 


h 


51 


2 


- 


108 


Topsfield 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


Towns end 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


2 

















WORCESTER TOTAL 



Truro 
Ifyngsboro 



Upton 




UxbridgB 



Wakefield 

Wales 

Walpole 

Walthara 

Ware ; 

W reham 

Warren 

Washington 

Water town 

Wayland 

Webster 

Wellesley 

Wellfleet _ 

W. Boylston 

W. Springfield 

Westborough 

Westfield 

Westford_ 

Westminster 

Weston 

Westport 

Westwood 

Weymouth 

lately 

Whitman 

W2J.Tj.t- an am 

Willi a jfiab ur g 

Williams town 

Wilmington 

Winchester 

Winthrop 

Woburn_ 

Worcester 

Wrentham 



Out of State 



TOTAL 



Page 1 



IMMIGRANTS ARRIVING 



- 


IN MASSACHUSETTS 
JULY 1, 1970 - JUNE 30, 1971 






POINTS OF DESTINATION AND NATIONALITY 




ACTON 


AMHERST 




Australia 


^ Britain 


1 


Canada 


3 China 


6 


India 


-*- Canada 


1 


Iran 


1 Colombia 


1 


Lebanon 


•*• Denmark 


1 


Scotland 

TOTAL 


. 1 TWn. R«p. 

° England 


1 
6 




France 


1 


ADINGTGN 
Brazi± 


Germany 

Guyana 

India 


1 

3 
2 


Italy 




1 


TOTAL 


5 Jordon 


1 




Lithuania 


1 


ACUSHMET 


Malaysia 
Pakistan 


1 

1 


Portugal 


Palestine 


1 




Philippines 


2 




Taiwan 


1 


ADAMS 


TOTAL 


33 


Belgium 


1 




China 


1 




Spain 


* ANDOVER 




Poland 


•* Canada 


u 


New Zealand 




2 


TOTAL 


' Greece 


3- 




Honduras 


3 




Iraq 


1 


AGAWAM 


Italy 


1 


India 


4 Jamaica 


1 


Germany 


■7 Netherlands 


1 


Italy 


2 Pakistan 


1 


New Zealand 


1 Philippines 

3- TnTAf, 


1 




16 


TOTAL 


9 






TOTAL 


- First Page 


AMS3URY 






England 


3 




France 


1 




Japan 


k 




Korea 


1 




TOTAL 


6 





86 



Page 2 







ATEB 








ARLINGTON 




China 




1 




Argentina 


1 


England 




1 




Brazil 


$ 


Germany 




k 




Canada 


2 


Korea 




1 




Cuba 


11 


Japan 




1 




Czech 


1 
6 


Thailand 
TOTAL 




2 




Egypt 


10 




France 


2 










Germany 


3 










Greece 


M 

9 


BARNSTABLE 




1 




India 


Portugal 




Ireland 


3 










Italy 


22 










Jamaica 


2 


BARRE 








Japan 


1 


Britain 




9 




Korea 


1 


Dora. Rep 




1 




Lebanon 


2 


Greece 




2 




Philippines 


h 


Scotland 




2 




Portugal 


7 


TOTAL 




li 




Syria 


h 










Singapore 


1 










Thailand 


1 


BEDFORD 




Y 




Turkey 


1 


Britain 
England 




3 

1 




TOTAL 


133 








Germany 




2 








Greece 




1 




ATHOL 




Italy 




3 




Japan 


2 


Korea 




2 




Korea 


k 

1 


Romania 
TOTAL 




1 




Poland 


13 




TOTAL 


7 








BELCHERTOWN 








ATTLEBORO 




Canada 




1 




Canada 


5 


Brazil 




2 




China 


2 


TOTAL 




3 




Czech 


1 










England 


2 










Greece 


1 


BELMONT 








India 


1 


Argentina 


1 


Jordan 


6 


Italy 


1 


Austria 


1 


Lebanon 


7 


Japan 


1 


Canada 


5 


Nigeria 


u 


Portugal 


30 


China 


l 


Pakistan 


1 


So. Africa 


3 


Czech 


8 


Palestine 


1 


Scotland 


1 


Egypt 


1 


Switz 


1 


Syria 


1 


Germany 


1 


Svria 


8 


Venezuela 


2 


Greece 
Haiti 


6 

1 


Turkey 
Venezuela 


3 


TOTAL 


51 


1 






Italy 


21 










Ireland 


2 






AVON 




Jamaica 


2 






Italy 


1 


T0TA1 






82 






TOTAL 


- SECOND PAGE 


31* 



Page 3 



BERNARDSTON 




BOSTON 




England 


1 


Albania 


2 






Argentina 


3 






Austria 


1 


BEVERLY 




Australia 


1 


Britain 


5 


Africa 


2 


Canada 


h 


Algeria 


2 


China 


1 


Aruba 


1 


Costa Rica 


2 


Barbados 


11 


Egypt 


h 


Belguim 


1 


England 


2 


British 


3 


Finland 


1 


Brazil 


2 


Greece 


1 


Bulgaria 


h 


Germany 


1 


Burma 


12 


Guatemala 


2 


Cairo 


1 


Hungary- 


1 


Canada 


37 


India 


1 


Ceylon 


2 


Indonesia 


1 


China 


139 


Italy- 


h 


Colombia 


6 


Japan 


1 


Costa Rica 


5 


Venezuela 


1 


Cuba 


18 


TOTAL 


32 


Czech 


h 






Denmark 


1 






Dom Rep 


17 


BILLERICA 




Ecuador 


2 


Cneada 


6 


Eg^/pt 


11 


England 


1 


El Salvador 


5 


Germany 


3 


England 


53 


India 


1 


France 
Germany 


10 


TOTAL 


11 


17 






Greece 


103 






Guatemala 


2 


BOSTON PROPER 




Guyana 


k 






Haiti 


31 


ALLSTON 




Honduras 


23 


Australia 


1 


Hong Kong- 


23 


Bulgaria 


1 


Hung ar T / 


2 


China 


10 


India 


67 


Colombia 


h 


Iran 


3 


Cuba 


25 


Iraq 


1 


Costa Rica 


3 


Ireland 


17 


Ecuador 


1 


Italy 


157 


England 


2 


Israel 


5 


Greece 


19 


Jamaica 


83 


Guatemala 


1 


Japan 


k 


Hong Kong 


1 


Jordan 


20 


India 


2 


Korea 


20 


Ireland 


3 


Lebanon 


6 


Italy 


10 


Mexico 


6 


Korea 


2 


Montserrat 


1 


Sierre Leone 


1 


New Zealand 


7 


Sweden 


1 


Netherlands 


2 


Syria 


1 


Nigeria 


It 


USSR 


1 


Pakistan 
Panama 


7 


TOTAL 


«9 


2 




TOTAL 


95U 






TOTAL - THIRD PAGE 


1086 



Page k 



BOSTON PROPER (QON'T) 



BOSTON 






CHARLESTON! 




Peru 




3 


Austria 


1 


Philippines 




hh 


Colombia 


2 


Poland 




5 


Egypt 


1 


Portugal 




18 


England 


5 


Russia 




5 


India 


l 


St. Vincent 




2 


Ireland 


h 


Scotland 




1 


Italy 


2 


So. Africa 




5 


Germany 


1 


Spain 




7 


Philippines 


h 


Sweden 




3 

8 


Trinidad 
TOTAL 


l 


Switzerland 


22 


Syria 




1 






Thailand 




8 






Taiwan 




3 


DORCHESTER 




Tobago 




5 


Barbados 


37 


Trinidad 




202 


Britain 


20 


Turkey 




h 


Brazil 


2 


U.S.R. 




7 


Canada 


9 


Venezuela 




3 


China 


1 


Wales 




2 


Colombia 


8 


Yugoslavia 




7 


Costa Rica 
Cuba 


3 


TOTAL 


3k3 


6 








Dom Rep 


8 








Ecuador 


3 


BRIGHTON 






England 


25 


Bolivia 


2 


Spain 2 


Ethiopia 


1 


Canada 


25 


Turkey 1 


Germany 


7 


China 


7 


Uruguay 2 


Greece 


ho 


Colombia 


1 




Guatemala 


15 


Cuba 


6 




Guyana 


2 


Ecuador 


2 




Haiti 


21*2 


Egypt 


1 




Honduras 


50 


Eh gland 


1 




Hungary 


5 


Germany 


1 




Ireland 


38 


Greece 


25 




Italy 


21 


Grenada 


2 




Jamaica 


250 


Guatemala 


1 




Korea 


8 


Honduras 


2 




Lebanon 


1 


Libya 


2 




Mexico 


1 


India 


15 




Mont s err at 


31 


Indonesia 


1 




Netherlands 


1 


Ireland 


6 




Panama 


2 


Italy 


75 




Paraguay 


1 


Korea 


1 




Philippines 


30 


Mexico 


1 




Poland 


10 


Palestine 


1 




Portugal 


75 


Philippines 


1 




St. Vincent 


5 


Portugal 


1 




Syria 


1 


Russia 


1 




Trinidad 
Yugoslavia 


70 


TOTAL 


156 


10 




TOTAL 


1039 








TOTAL - FOURTH 


PAGE 1590 



Page 5 



BOSTON PROPER (CON*T) 



EAST BOSTON 




MATTAPAN 




Canada 


2 


Barbados 


1 


Colombia 


1 


China 


h 


Cuba 


3 


Bub a 


l 


Egypt 


1 


England 


1 


England 


1 


Greece 


1 


Germany 


1 


Haiti 


33 


Honduras 


1 


Honduras 


1 


India 


1 


Italy 


1 


Italv 


93 


Jamaica 


17 


Ireland 


1 


Korea 


2 


Jordan 


3 


Netherlands 


1 


Mexico 


1 


Nigeria 


1 


Portugal 


1 


NoEway 


1 


Spain 


2 


Panama 


3 


Venezuela 


1 


Syria 


1 


Yugoslavia 


1 


Trinidad 
TOTAL 


6 


TOTAL 


11U 


75 


HYDE PARK 




MILTON 




Canada 


3 


■>. England 


1 


China 


1 


Ireland 


3 


Greece 


2 


Poland 


1 


Italy 


12 


TOTAL 


5 


Ireland 


1 






Iraq 


1 






Korea 


1 


ROSLINDALE 




Lebanon 


10 


Austria 
Canada 


1 


TOTAL 


31 


1 






Egypt 


8 






England 


3 


JAMAICA PLAIN 




Germany 


1 


Australia 


2 


Greece 


37 


Barbados 


2 


Iraq 


h 


Burma 


1 


Ireland 


6 


Canada 


2 


Italy 


62 


China 


1 


Korea 


1 


Colombia 


17 


Lebanon 


2 


Gofta Rica 


2 


Pakistan 


1 


Cuba 


36 


Philippines 


1 


Ecuador 


$ 


Romania 


1 


Egypt 


1 


Russia 


1 


El Salvador 


2 


Scotland 


1 


England 


37 


Turkey 
TOTAL 


6 


Greece 


137 


Guatemala 


11 






Haiti 


1 






Honduras 


3 


( 


— 


Indonesia 


1 




TOTAL - FIFTH PAGE | 


Iran 


1 






Ireland 


6 






Israel 


1 






Italy 


3 






TOTAL 


172 





53U 



Page 6 



BOSTON PROPER (CON»T) 



toXBURY \ 
Albanid 




1 




B0XF0RD 




Australia 




1 




Barbados 


1 


Barbados 




21 




Ireland 
West Indies 


1 


Britain 




1U 




2 


Canada 




1 




TOTAL 


h 


Ehina 




I* 








Colombia 




3 








Costa Rica 




1 




B0YLST0N 




Curacao 




2 




Philippines 


1 


Cypress 




1 




UAR 


3 


Dom Rep 




k 




TOTAL 


k 


England 




3 








Germany 




1 








Ghana 




1 




BRADFORD 




Greece 




U9 




Canada 


2 


Grenada 




1 
3 




Scotland 
TOTAL • 


1 


Guatemala 


3 


Guyana 




1 








Haiti 




17 








Honduras 




k$ 




BRAINTREE 




India 




5 




Britain 


6 


Italy 




5 




Canada 


1 


Ireland 




1 




England 


1 


Jamaica 




66 




India 


1 


Korea 




1 




Ireland 


1 


Mont s err at 




10 




Japan 


1 


Panama 




5 




Iraq 


1 


Portugal 




30 




Italy 


1 


Syria 




1 




Lebanon 


1 


Tobago 




1 




Philippines 


1 


Trinidad 




1*5 




Portugal 


5 


USSR 




3 




TOTAL 


20 


Vietnam 




3 








TOTAL 


350 














BRIDGEJaTATER 






Canada 


1 


SOUTH BOSTON 








England 


1 


Canada 


1 


Philippines 


2 


New Zealand 


1 


Chin a 


3 


Poland 


1 


Portugal 


13 


Cuba 


1 


Syria 


1 


Scotland 


1 


England 


3 
1 


Turkey 
Vietnam 


1 
2 


Vietnam 


1 


Germany 


TOTAL 


lb" 


Greece 


1 


Yugoslava 


1 






Guatemala 


1 










Ireland 


1 






— 




Italy 


1 






TOTAL- - SIXTH PAGE 


1£3 


Jamaica 


1 










Lithuania 


2 










TOTAL 




2h 





^HHHHHHHWHHBtttoHBfr 



Page 7 



BROCKTON 








Antigua 




1 




Argentina 




7 




Brazil 




1 




Britain 




2 




Canada 




12 




China 




3 




Cuba 




5 




England 




7 




Greece 




Uo 




Germany- 




2 




India 




1 




Ireland 




2 




Italy 




10 




Jamaica 




1 




Korea 




3 




Lebanon 




2 




Pakistan 




2 




Poland 




1 




Portugal 




37 




Philippines 




1 




Spain 




1 




Syria 




1 




Trindad 




3 




Vietnam 




2 




TOTAL 




lltf 


B 


BROOKLINE 
Argentina 


3 


Japan 


1 


Burma 


5 


Jordan 


1 


Barbados 


1 


Korea 


k 


Britain 


1 


Montserrat 


2 


Canada 


8 


Morocco 


1 


China 


17 


Netherlands 


1 


Ceylon 


3 


N.Zealand 


1 


Colombia 


2 


Panama 


1 


Ecuador 


2 


Philippines 


2 


El Salvador 


2 


Poland 


2 


England 


6 


Portugal 


1 


Egypt 


h 


Romania 


3 


France 


l 


So. Africa 


1 


Germany 


9 


Switz. 


1 


Greece 


6 


Syria 


1 


Haiti 


3 


Taiwan 


h 


Honduras 


1 


Thailand 


1 


Hong Kong 


8 


Trinidad 


1 


India 


2 


Turkev 


1 


Iran 


h 


USSR 


5 


Iraq 


1 






Ireland 


6 






Israel 


3 






Jamaica 


7 






TOTAL 









BURLINGTON 



Britain 




1 




Canada 




1 




Chile 




1 




China 




3 




Colombia 




1 




Gemmany 




1 




India 




2 




Syria 




2 




TOTAL 




12 




CAMBRIDGE 








Albania 


2 


India 


2$ 


Argentina 


6 


Iraq 


1 


Austria 


1 


Ireland 


2 


Australia 


6 


Israel 


2 


Bahames 


1 


Italy 


22 


Barbados 


1U 


Jamaica 


20 


Belguim 


2 


Japan 


8 


Bermuda 


1 


Jordan 


k 


Brazil 


2 


Korea 


7 


British 


9 


Lebanon 


1 


Bulgaria 


1 


Netherlands 


2 


Canada 


26 


N.Zealand 


1 


C|rile 


1 


Nicaragua 


3 


China 


li3 


Nigeria 


10 


Colombia 


3 


Pakistan 


5 


Costa Rica 


7 


Panama 


3 


Cuba 


1 


Peru 


k 


Czech. 


h 


Philippines 


2 


Denmark 


5 


Portugal 


232 


Ecuador 


3 


Rhodesia 


1 


Egypt 


1 


Romania 


2 


El Salvador 


1 


S.Africa 


k 


England 


18 


So. Wales 


1 


France 


6 


Spain 


1 


Guyana 


2 


Sweden 


2 


Germany 


8 


Switz. 


1 


Greece 


58 


Syria 


1 


Guatemala 


1 


Thailand 


3 


Guyana 


1 


Tobago 


1 


Haiti 


27 


Trinidad 


10 


Hong Kong 


1 


Turkejr 


1 






USSR " 


1 



TOTAL 658 



TOTAL - SEVENTH PAGE 957 



THo" 



Page 8 



.CANTON 
China 
Denmark 
Greece 
Guatemala 
Poland 
Portugal 

Thailand 
TOTAL 



CARLISLE 
Barbados 



CMTERVILLE 
Korea 



CHARLEMONT 
Austria 



CHATHAM 
Canada 
Scotland 

TOTAL 



CHELSEA 

Colombia 

Cuba 

Israel 

Italy, 

Jamaica 

Panama 

Philippines 

Poland 

Thailand 

Trinidad 

Turkey 
TOTAL 



CHELMSFORD 
Canada 
England 
France 
Greece 
Portugal 

TOTAL 



CHESHIRE 
England 



1 
1 
8 
1 
2 
8 
1 
22 



1 

1 



1 
1 

1 

7 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 



20 



2 
2 

1 

1 
3 



CHICOPEE 




Canada 


12 


England 


1 


Greece 


7 


Japan 


1 


Korea 


1 


Panama 


1 


Poland 


* 


Portugal 


3h 


TOTAL 


62 


CLINTON 




Canada 


2 


China 


1 


Ecuador 


1 


England 


1 


Greece 


3 


Hong Kong 


2 


Jamaica 


1 


Panama 


1 


Thailand 


1 


TOTAL 


13 


CONCORD 




England 


1 


Jamaica 


1 


TOTAL 


2 


DANVERS 




Britain 


1 


Canada 


2 


Ireland 


1 


Korea 


1 


Turkey 


1 


TOTAL 


6 


DARTMOUTH 




Bermuda 


1 


Brazil 


1 


England 


1 


France 


1 


Portugal 


h$ 


Thailand 


1 


TOTAL 


50 


TOTAL - EIGHTH PAGE 


190 



Page 9 



DEDHAM 


2 


ESSEX 
Canada 




Barbados 


1 


Cuba 


1 


Jamaica 


2 


Greece 


1 

1 


Korea 

TOTAL 


1 


India 


k 


Ireland 


1 






Italy 


h 






Jamaica 


2 


EVERETT 




Lebanon 


7 


Britain 


1 


Philippines 


1 


Colombia 
Cuba 


2 


TOTAL 


20 


1 






Germany 


3 






Haiti 


1 


DOVER 




Italy 


88 


Jamaica 


1 


India 


2 






Trinidad 


3 






Thailand 


1 


DRACUT 




Switzerland 


1 


Greece 


3 

1 


USSR 
TOTAL 


1 


India 


103 


Mexico 


1 






TOTAL 


5 








FMRIiAVEN 








Brazil 


2 


DUDLEY 




India 


1 


Albania 


2 


Norway 


2 


England 


2 


Philippines 


2 


Germany 


1 


Portugal 


9 


Greece 


6 

1 


Spain 
TOTAL 


2 


Pakistan 


15 


Panama 


1 






TOTAL 


13 








FAIRVIEfrJ 








Canada 


1 


DUXBURY 








Austria 


1 






Bermuda 


1 


FALM0UT1 




England 


2 


Brazil 


1 


TOTAL 


h 


Canada 


1 






China 


1 






Italy 


2 


EASTHAMPTON 




Mexico 


1 


Canada 


k 

1 


Portugal 

TOTAL 


5 


Japan 


ll 


TOTAL 


5 




EASTON 




TOTAL 


- NINTH PAGE 19' 


Portugal 


h 






Venezuela 


1 






TOTAL 


5 





Page 10 



FALL RIVER 

Bermuda 
Brazil 
Canada 
China 
Cuba 
England 
France 
Germany 
India 
Ireland 
Japan 
Korea 

Netherlands 
Philippines 
Portugal 
Scotland 
So. Africa 
Thailand 
TOTAL 



FITCHBURG 
Canada 
Colombia 
Finland 
Greece 
Italy 
Japan 
Jordan 
Lebanon 
Portugal 
Thailand 
Uruguay 

TOTAL 



FLORENCE 
Poland 



F0XB0R0 
Canada 
Germany 

TOTAL 



1 


FRAMINGHAM 




3k 


Angola 


1 


9 


Argentina 


h 


9 


Australia 


1 


2 


Austria 


h 


h 


Brazil 


h 


2 


Canada 


10 


2 


Ceylon 


1 


3 


EL Salvador 


1 


1 


Germany 


h 


1 


Greece 


1 


3 


India 


6 


1 


Ireland 


1 


22 


Italy 


2 


892 


Jamaica 


1 


1 


Japan 


1 


1 


Netherlands 


1 


$ 


Pakistan 
Portugal 


1 


992* 


22 




Thailand 


1 




Turkey 


2 




TOTAL 


69 


* 






2 


FRANKLIN 




10 


Canada 


10 


7 


In dia 


1 


7 


Italy 


1 


1 


Jamaica 


1 


16 


TOTAL 


13 


1 






3 






1 


Freetown 




3 


Canada 
GARDNER 


1 


56 






(Janada 


2 


1 


Colombia 


1 




Ecuador 


7 




Finland 


10 




Greece 


h 


1 


Korea 


2 


2 


Portugal 


15 


3 


TOTAL 


ill 




TOTAL - TENTH PAGE 


1177 



Page 11 



GLOUCESTER 




HAMILTON 




Britain 


2 


Australia 


9 


Canada 


9 


Canada 


3 


China 


3 


Germany 


3 


England 


2 


India 


3 


Germany 


3 
3 


Spain 
TOTAL 


5 


Greece 


23 


Iceland 


3 






Italy 


35 






Japan 


2 






Philippines 


2 


HAMPDEN 




Portugal 


25 


New Zealand 


h 


Scotland 


2 




- 


So. Africa 


3 






Thailand 


2 


HANSON 
Italy 




TOTAL 


9b 


10 


GRAFTON 




HARDING 




Australia 


5 


India 


3 


Greece 


30 






Korea 


2 






Philippines 


U 


HARWICH 
England 




TOTAL 


ill 


3 






Greece 


2 






Korea 


2 


GRANBY 


■ 


TOTAL 


7 


Germany 


3 






Italy 


U 


HAVERHILL 




TOTAL 


7 








Brazil 


2 






Canada 


i* 


GREENFIELD 




China 


3 


Canada 


5 


Czech 


2 


Chile 


3 


Dom. Rep. 


5 


Korea 


h 


Egypt 


2 


Philippines 


2 


Greece 


£0 


N. Zealand 


2 


Honduras 


5 


TOTAL 


l6~ 


Japan 


2 


- 




Panama 


10 






Turkey 


8 






Italy 
TOTAL 


15 


GROVELAND 


108 



Bulgaria 



HADLEY 
Uruguay 



TOTAL - ELEVENTH PAGE 315 



Page 12 



HINGHAM 




HULL 




Brazil 


1 


Argentina 


1 


England 


2 


Canada 


2 


Greece 


1 


India 


1 


Ireland 


1 


Italy 


h 


Italy 


3 


Portugal 


$ 


Poland 


1 


Turkey 
TOTAL 


2 


TOTAL 


9 


15 


HOLBROOK 




HYANNIS 




Canada 


1 


Canada 


1 


England 


2 


Britain 


5 


Ireland 


1 


Portugal 


2 


Italy 


h 


Spain 
TOTAL 


1 


TOTAL 


8 


9 


HOLDEN 




KINGSTON 




Britain 


1 


England 


1 


India 


1 


Korea 


1 


Lebanon 


7 


Portugal 
TOTAL 


5 


TOTAL 


9 


7 


HOLLISTON 




LANCASTER 




Canada 


1 


Antigua 


1 


Italy 


h 


Canada 
Greece 


2 


TOTAL 


5 


1 


/ 




Hungary 


1 






Korea 


1 


HOLYOKE 




Taboga 


1 


Canada 


5 

50 


Trinidad 
TOTAL 


2 


Colombia 


9 


England 


1 






Finland 


1 






Greece 


2 


INDIAN ORCHARD 




India 


1 


Poland 


2 


Ireland 


2 


Portugal 


2k 


Jamaica 


1 


Vietnam 


h 


Korea 


1 


TOTAL 


30 


Philippines 


1 






Poland 


3 






Portugal 


5 


IPSWICH 




Russia 


2 


England 


*i 


Thailand 


1 


Greece 
Jamaica 


1 


TOTAL 


76 


1 






TOTAL 


1 




3 


HUDSON 








Britain 


2 


- 




Canada 


1 


TOTAL - 


TWELFTH PAGE 211; 


England 


2 






Greece 


2 






Portugal 


20 






Romania 


7 






TOTAL 


3h 





Page 13 



LAWRENCE 




LEXINGTON 
Barbados 






1 


Austria 


1 


China 


1 


Barbados 


1 


Czech 


h 


Canada 


58 


Denmark 


l 


China 


h 


England 


3 


Cuba 


26 


Gemmany 


1 


Dom Rep 


51 


Greece 


5 


Ecuador 


19 


Ireland 


2 


England 


3 


Jamaica 


3 


Germany 


7 


Korea 


1 


Greece 


7 

1 


Sweden 
TOTAL 


1 


Honduras 


23 


India 


1 






Ireland 


1 






Italy 


52 


LINCOLN 




Jamaica 


1 


Brazil 


1 


Japan 


2 


China 


1 


Korea 


k 


England 


1 


Lebanon 


3 


Haiti 


1 


Portugal! 


28 


Jamaica 


3 


So. Africa 


1 


Mexico 


1 


Spain 


2 


TOTAL 


ff ' 


Switzerland 


3 






Yugoslavia 


1 


LITTLETON 




TOTAL 


275 








England 


2 






Philippines 

TOTAL 


2 


LEE 


It 


Denmark 


1 






Russia 


1 


LONGMEADOW 




TOTAL 


2 








Britain 


It 






Chile 


1 


LEICESTER 




Colombia 


3 


JAMAICA 


1 


France 


1 


Philippines 


1 


Italy 


1 


Thailand 


1 


Jamaica 
Panama 


2 


TOTAL 


3 


5 






Trinidad 


3 






Thailand 
TOTAL 


3 


LENOX 


23 


Canada 


1 






Korea 


1 


— 




TOTAL 


2 








TOTAL - 


THIRTEENTH PAGE 3" 


LEOMINSTER 








Canada 


lit 






England 


8 






Finland 


2 






Or. Britain 


3 






Greece 


5 






-Italy 


l 






Norway 


l 






TOTAL 


3U 





Prge 1U 



LOWELL 




1 




LYNNFIELD 
Britain 




Barbados 


3 


Brazil 




13 




Canada 


2 


Canada 




Ik 




El Salvador 


1 


China 




3 




England 


1 


Cuba 




2 




Guatemala 


1 


Dom Rep 




10 
2 




India 
TOTAL 


1 


Ecuador 


9 


England 




1 








Germany 




1 








Greece 




23 




MAIDEN 




India 




7 




Argentina 


1 


Iran 




1 




Canada 


3 


Ireland 




3 




Colombia 


5 


Jamaica 




5 




Egypt 


l 


Lebanon 




2 




Finland 


l 


Mexico 




1 




Guyana 


3 


Pakistan 




1 




Hungary 


1 


Palestine 




1 




India 


2 


Philippines 




1 




Ireland 


2 


Poland 




1 




Italy 


10 


Portugal 




101 

1 




Spain 
TOTAL 


1 


Thailand 


30 


Trinidad 




1 








TOTAL 


196 














MARBLEHEAD 












Canada 


h 


LUDLOW 








England 


1 


Argentina 




k 




Honduras 


2 


Canada 




2 




Jamaica 


1 


Poland 




1 

ko 




Norway 
TOTAL 


2 


Portugal 


10 


TOTAL 


k7 














MARLBORO 




LINN 








Canada 


6 


Argentina 


1 


Hong Kong 


1 


Greece 


3 


Australia 


3 


Ireland 


1 


India 


k 


Barbados 


1 


Israel 


2 


Iraq 


1 


Britain 


16 


Italy 


9 


Korea 


1 


Bulgaria 


1 


Jamaica 


2 


Romania 


1 


Canada 


9 


Korea 


3 


Taiitfan 


1 


China 


1 

2 


Mexico 
Netherlands 


3 

1 


Syria 
TOTAL 


1 


Colombia 


18 


Costa Rica 


5 


Poland 


h 






Cuba 


1 


Scotland 


2 


- • ■ . 




Dom Rep 


3 


Spain 


1 


MATTAPOISET 




England 


25 


Sweden 


1 


Brazil 


2 


German^/ 


3 


Turkey 


2 


India 


i* 


Greece 


105 
1 


USSR 
Wales 


7 
2 


Portugal 
TOTAL 


3 


Grenada 


9 


Guatemala 


5 


Yugoslavia 


1 






Honduras 


1 






MAYNARD 




TOTAL 








Italy 


6 






221* 












TOTAL - FOURTEENTH 


PAGE 5b9 



Page l£ 



MEDFIELD 



China 




Ehgland 




Germany 


; 


India 


• 


TOTAL 


i 

- 


MEDFORD 




Argentina 


h 


Barbados 


3 


Brazil 


2 


Britain 


8 


Canada 


27 


China 


5 


Colombia 


1 


Costa Rica 


1 


Cuba 


1 


Czech 


1 


Egypt 


3 


England 


2 


Ecuador 


1 


France 


2 


Germany 


1 


Greece 


7 


Granada 


1 


Guyana 


1 


Haiti 


13 


Honduras 


2 


Hong Kong 


1 


India 


3 


Indonesia 


1 


TOTAL 




MEDWAY 




Vietnam 




MELROSE 





Bermuda 

Canada 

China 

Hungary 

Ireland 

India 

Italy 

Philippines 

Portugal 

Thailand 

Turkey 







METHUEN 


2 


■ 


Argentina 


2 




Austria 


1 




Canada 


2 




China 


7 


Cuba 






Italy 






Japan 






Lebanon 


Iran 




Poland 


Italy 


8U 


Portugal 


Ireland 


1 


Syria 


Jamaica 


18 


TOTAL 


Japan 


2 




Korea 


3 




Liberia 


1 


MILFORD 


Monserrat 


1 


Brazil 


Philippines 3 


Britain 


Poland 


1 


Italy 


Portugal 


5 


Jamaica 


Rhodesia 


2 


Portugal 


Romania 


2 


TOTAL 


Scotland 


1 




Spain 


1 




Sweden 


1 




Switz, 


1 


MILLIS 


Thailand 


2 


Germany 


Trinidad 


1 




Turkey . 


u 




Venezuela 


1 


MILVILLE 


Vietnam 


1 


Austria 




227 




■ 




NANTUCKET 
Britain 


1 




Canada 
England 






Greece 






TOTAL 



1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

h 



3 
1 
10 
2 
1 
2 
1 
6 
1 

7 

1 

IT 



8 
1 

3 
1 

31 

w 



1 

1 

2 

1 

7 



TOTAL - FIFTEENTH PAGE - 



338 



TOTAL 



TT 



Page 16 



NATICK 
Britain 
Canada 
China 
Colombia 
El Salvador 
Greece 
Iran 
Ireland 
Italy 
Jamaica 

TOTAL 



NEEDHAM 
Australia 
Barbados 
Chile 
China 
Cuba 
Finland 
Italy 
Jamaica 
Lebanon 
Trinidad 

TOTAL 



NEW BEDFORD 
Belguim 
Brazil 
Canada 
Colombia 
England 
France 
Germany 
Greece 
Haiti 
India 
Italy 
Jamaica 
Japan 
Korea 
Lebanon 

Philippines 
Portugal 
So. Africa 
Spain 
Vietnam 
TOTAL 



1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
6 
3 



IF 



2 
2 
2 

3 
2 
10 
10 
2 
1 
1 



35 



1 
30 

k 

2 

3 

2 

2 

10 

1 

IS 

10 

l 
l 
8 
1 
2 
881 
1 
8 



NEWBURYPORT 
Canada 
Germany 
Greece 
Italy 
Jamaica 

TOTAL 



NEWTON 
Argentina 
Australia 
Barbados 
Britain 
Canada 
China 

Colombia 
Costa Rics. 
Cuba 
Egypt 
England 
Finland 
Germany 
Greece 
Guatemala 
Haiti 
Honduras 
Hungary 
India 
TOTAL 



NO RFOLK 
Korea 



NORTH ADAMS 

Canada 

Honduras 

India 

Netherlands 
TOTAL 



5; 
3 
9 
5 

20 

5 
1 
2 
2 

20 
2 
1 

10 

ko 

1 
2 
1 
2 

3 



2 
1 
1 
1 

1 

7 



Iran 3 

Ireland 1 

Israel 1 

Italy 85 

Jamaica 35 

Korea 1 

Latavia 6 

Lebanon 10 

Malaysia 1 

Peru 1 
St. Vincent 1 

Scotland 1 

Sweden 3 

Switz . 2 

Syria 1 

Thailand 1 

Trinidad k 

Tunsia 5 

USSR 1 



2 

5 

2 
2 



11 



297 



TOTAL - SIXTEENTH PAGE 1352 






Page 17 



NORTH ANDOVER 
Canada 
China 
England 
Germany 
Haiti 
India 
Italy 
Switzerland 


h 

2 

2 
2 
1 

1 
1 
1 


NORWOOD 
Canada 
Greece 
Ireland 
Italy 
Korea 
Portugal 
Turkey 
USSR 

TOTAL 


1 
2 

12 

1 
8 

1 
1 


TOTAL 


Ik 


31 


NO. BILLERICA 
Canada 


1 


ONSET 
Greece 


1 


NO. BROOKFIELD 
Gr. Britain 


1 


ORANGE r 
Korea 


1 


tvta n tjttt MQT?npr> 




OSTERVILLE 





Turkey" 



Portugal 



NORTHAMPTON 
England 
Italy 
Romania 

TOTAL 



h 

i 
l 



T 



PALMER 



Korea 



PAXTON 
Finland 



NORTHBOROUGH 
Canada 
Cuba 
France 
Giryana 
India 
Pakistan 
Scotland 
Uruguay 

TOTAL 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

h 

1 



11 



PEABODY 



Argentina 5 

Australia 3 

Barbados 1 

Canada 2 

Bom Rep 5 

Egypt 1 

Greece 70 



Italy 1 

Jamaica 1 

Norway 1 

Portugal 100 

Spain 1 

Venezuela 1 

Vietnam 2 



TOTAL 



196 



NORTIIORIDGE 
Canada 



NORTHFIELD 
Cuba 

NQRWELL 
Czech. 



2 



PEMBROjg; 
Canada 
England 
Germany 
Ireland 

TOTAL 



PEPPER/iLL 
Canada 



9 

1 
1 
1 



12 



TOTAL - SEVENTEENTH PAGE 291 



" 












. 






Page 19 



REVERE 
Argentina 
Australia 
Britain 
Canada 
Haiti 
Ireland 
Italy 
Korea 
Philippine 

TOTAL 



ROGKPORT 
Canada 
Japan 

TOTAL 



ROWLEY 
Brazil 



RUTLAND 
Korea 



9 

1 

3 
2 

1 

1 

37 

1 
1 

"5o" 



l 
l 



SCITUATE 
Barbados 
Canada 
England 
Germany 
Italy 
Jamaica 
Portugal 

TOTAL 



SHARON 
England 
Germany 
Ireland 
Korea 
Netherland 

TOTAL 



SHERBORN 
Czech 
England 
Italy 
TOTAL 



1 
1 

1 
2 
1 
1 
20 



27 



2 

1 
1 
1 
1 



6 



1 

3 
1 

T 



SALEM 

Canada 

China 

Dom Rep 

England 

Germany 

Greece 

India 

Ireland 

Korea 

Philippines 

Portugal 

Romania 

Scotland 

Switzerland 

Turkey 
TOTAL 



h 

2 

17 
2 
1 

21 

h 

1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
1 
1 
2 

"oT 



SHREWSBURY 



China 
Israel 
Jerusalem 
Pakistan 
Philippine 
TOTAL 



SOMERSET 
Greece 
India 
Lebanon 
Portugal 

TOTAL 



2 

3 

1 
2 
1 



2 
2 
1 

6 



11 



SAUGUS 
C *nada 
China 
France 
Greece 
Italy 
Korea 
Panama 
Scotland 

TOTAL 



2 
2 

3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

13 



TOTAL - NINETEENTH PAGE 193 



Page 20 



SOMERVILLE 
Australia 
Brazil 
Barbados 
Canada 
China 
Colombia 
Cuba 
Czech 

Egypt 

England 
France 
Germany 
Greece 
Guyana 
Haiti 
Honduras 
India 
Indonesia 
Ireland 
Italy 
Jamaica 
Jordan 
Japan 
Korea 
Lebanon 
Netherlands 
Pakistan 
Panama 
Portugal 
Russia 
Trinidad 
Tunsia 
Tobago 
Thailand 
Venezuela 
TOTAL 



1 
2 
1 

i 

3 
1 
2 
6 

h 

10 
36 

3 
22 

7 
10 
1 
1 
100 
8 
2 
1 

1 
h 
3 

1 

277 

h 
1 

1 
1 

2 
"5E5 



SO. DEEKFIELD 
Poland 



S6 . DENNIS 
Canada 



SO. EAST0N 



Canada 



SO. HADLEY 
Germany 



SOUTHFILED 
Korea 



SOUTHWICK 
Ireland 
Britain 

TOTAL 



SP ENCER 
England 



SQUANTUM 
England 



2 
2 



S0UTHB0R0 
England 



STONEHAM 
Brazil 
China 

TOTAL 



1 
2 

T 



SOUTHBRIDGE 
Greece 
Japan 
Poland 



5 



TOTAL - TWENTIETH PAGE £82 






Page 21 



SPRINGFIELD 
Argentina 
Australia 
Barbados 
Brazil 
Britain 
Canada 
China 
Costa Rica 
EL Salvador 
England 
France 
Germany 
Greece 
Iran 
Ireland 
Italy 

TOTAL ' 



STOCKBRIDGE 
Ireland 
Italy 
Jamaica 
i^rea 

TOTAL 



STOUGHTON 

Cuba 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Philippines 

Portugal 
EOEAL 



STOW 
Brazil 
France 

TOTAL 



2 Jamaica 35 
1 Jordan 1 
1 Korea ij. 
1 Lebanon 3 
h Mexico 3 

3h Netherlands 1 

3 Philippines k 
11 Poland 2 

1 Portugal 17 
3 Scotland 1 

2 So. Africa 3 

3 Spain 2 
13 Trinidad 10 

1 Turkey 2 

9 Vietnam 1 

71 

2JW 

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8 

9 

3 

3 

IT 



h 

k 

1 

h 
2 
2 

129 

TEST 



1 
1 



SUTHERLAND 
Australia 
Iceland 
Korea 

TOTAL 



SWAMPSCOTT 
Canada 
England 
Germany 
Greece 
Jamaica 
Korea 

TOTAL 



'SWANSEA 
Portugal 



TAUNTON 

Brazil 

Canada 

Chile 

Colombia 

England 

India 

Korea 

Okinawa 

Philippines 

Portugal 

Venezuela 

Russia 
TOTAL 



TEATICKET 
Portugal 

TEMPLETON 
Portugal 



1 

1 

1 






2 

1 
1 
10 
$ 
3 



22 



U 
9 

1 
1 
1 

1 
2 

130 

1 



162 






SUDBURY 

Barbados 

Britain 

Denmark 

Canada 

Haiti 

Greece 

Korea 

New Zealand 

Okinawa 

Tobago 
TOTAL 



1 

l 

U 

l 

2 
2 

1 

1 

1 

19 



TOTAL- TWENTY-FIRST PAGE &9h 



Page 22 



TEWKSBURT 



WALTHAM 



Canada 


5 


Brazil 2 


Israel 1 


Ireland 


1 


• Britain 11 


Italy 25 


Netherlands 


2 


Canada 31 
China £ 


Lebanon 1 


TOTAL 


8 


Pakistan 3 






Costa Rica 1 


Palestine 1 


TURNER FALLS 


■ 


Ecuador 2 
England 6 


Peru 1 
Portugal 1 


Japan 


2 


Francw £ 


Scotland 3 , 






Greece 1 


Spain 2 






Haiti k 


Syria 2 


UPTON ■ 




Hungary 10 


Turkey 2 


China 


1 


India 1 


USSR 1 




• 


Iran 21 


Wales 2 


' *n» 




Ireland $ 


Yugoslavia h 


UXBRIDGE 




TOTAL 


m 


Canada 


3 








■ 


WARE 


■ 


WABAN 




Antigua 


i 


Canada 


3 


Greece 


i 


England 


1 


Korea 


i 


Greece 


3 

1 


Poland 

TOTAL. 


i 


Guatemala 


k 


Honduras 


1 






Jamaica 


2 






Trinidad 


2 


WAREHAM 

England 




TOTAL 


13 


i 






Portugal 
TOTAL 


2 




3 


WAKEFIELD 


- 






Argentina 


1 




■ 


Canada 


I 




- 


China 


WARREN 




England 


1 


Korea 





Germany 


1 






India 


1 


• 




Ireland 


i 


WARWICK 




Italy 


7 


Scotland 


2 


Jordan 


3 






Lebanon 


9 


. 




Paraguay 


2 




Syria 


3 


_ 


_ 


Trinidad 


1 


TOTAL - TWENTT-SECOND PAGE 


Turkey 


2 






TOTAL 


37 




. 


■ .- 






WALPOLE 




. 




Colombia 


1 


• 




India 


1 


• 




Portugal 


h 






Scotland 


1 




. 


TOTAL 


7 





Page 23 



WATERTOWN 




WEBSTER 




Austria 


1 


Australia 


2 


Arminia 


1 


Ceylon 


1 


Belgium 


2 


Dom Rep 


1 


Britain 


1 


Germany 


1 


Canada 


17 


Greece 


3 


China 


10 


Ireland 


b 


Colombia 


8 


Italy 


l 


Cuba 


6 


Korea 


l 


Czech 


3 
2 


Thailand 


l 


Egypt 


TOTAL 


15 


Ecuador 


h 






England 


2 






FrancH 


3 


WELLSWLEY 




Greece 


26 


Austria 


1 


Hungary- 


1U 


Belgium 


2 


India 


12 


Canada 


13 


Indonesia 


5 


China 


3 


Ireland 


13 


England 


1 


Iran 


1 


Greece 


1 


Iraq 


1 


Haiti 


1 


Israel 


2 


India 


1 


Italy 


h$ 


Iraq 


1 


Jordan 


6 


Italy 


5 


Lebanon 


26 


Jamaica 


1 


Portugal 


16 


Korea 


1 


Russia 


2 


Philippines 


2 


Spain 


1 


Portugal 


5 


Syria 


11 


Switzerland 


l 


Turkey 


1 


Trinidad 


l 


UAR 


h 
2 


Yugoslavia 


l 


Vietnan 


TOTAL 


ill 


TOTAL 


252 


WES330RO 




WAYLAND 




Canada 


3 


Australia 


1 


Cuba 


1 


Bulgaria 


1 


Greece 


fa 


Canada 


1 


India 


3 


England 


1 
3 


Philippines 


2 


Greece 


TOTAL 


13 


Guatemala 


2 






Jamaica 


1 






Japan 


1 


WEST B0YLST0N 




Korea 


1 


Britain 


5 


Mexico 


1 


Greece 


1 




TOTAL 


6 


TOTAL 


13 








WEST BR00KFIELD 








Canada 


l 






Greece 


l 




TOTAL 


2 






i 

TOTAL - TWENTY-THIRD 


PAGE 3U2 



Page 2k 



WESTFIELD 




WESTWOOB 




Australia 


3 


Greece 


1 


Canada 


3 






China 


1 






England 


1 


WEYMOUTH 




Germany 


1 


Canada 


1 


Greece 


1 


China 


2 


Netherlands 


1 


Germany 


2 


Italy 


1 


Hong Kong 


1 


Philippines 


7 


India 


1 


Poland 


3 


Ireland 


1 


Portugal 


3 


Japan 
Lebanon 


1 


TOTAL 


25 


1 






Philippines 


1 






Romania 


k 


WESTFORD 




Scotland 


1 


China 


2 
2 


Turkey 


1 


Philippines 


TOTAL 


17 


TOTAL 


k 


■*■ i 






WHITINSVILLE 




WESTMINSTER 




Switzerland 


1 


England 


1 






Philippines 


1 


WHITMAN 




TOTAL 


2 








England 


1 






India 


1 


WESTPORT 




Portugal 


2 


India 


I 


Switzerland 


% 


Ireland 


1 
1 


USSR 


1 


Israel 


TOTAL 


7 


Portugal 


12 






TOTAL 


19 








WILBRAHAM 








Canada 


2 


WESTON 




Scotland 


1 


Australia 


1 


TOTAL 


3 


Egypt 


2 






Guyana 


1 






Hungary 


1 


WILLIAMTOWN 




India 


3 


Canada 


1 


Indonesia 


2 


Cuba 


1 


Jamaica 


6 


Greece 


2 


Korea 


2 

h 


India 


2 


Philippines 


TOTAL 


6 


Trinidad 


2 






TOTAL 


21; 








WILLBIANSETT 




WESTOVER 


"TEaly" 


3 


Britain 


1 
1 


Canada 


1 


China 


TOTAL 


h 


Lebanon 


1 






Panama 


1 






Philippines 


1 


TOTAL - TWENTY-FOURTH 




TOTAL 


5 


PAGE 117 



Page 2£ 



WILMINGTON 
Italy 



WINCHESTER 
Britain 
Canada 
Chile 
China 
England 
Greece 
Hungary 
India " 
Italy 

Jamaica 
Korea 
Nigeria 
Turkey 
TOTAL 



WINTHROP 

Cuba 

England 

Greece 

Italy 

Portugal 
TOTAL 



WOBURN 
Brazil 
Canada 
Denmark 
England 
Germany 
Greece 
India 
Ireland 
Italy 
Korea 
Liberia 
Portugal 
Scotland 
Syria 
Vietnam 

TOTAL 



1 
6 
1 

h 

1 
1 
1 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2_ 
29 



3 
L 
3 
2 
2 
11 



9 

1 
2 
1 
2 

1 

I* 

10 

1 
1 

k 

1 

h 

1 

T3~ 



WORCESTER 








Albania 


2 


Iran 


1 


Argentina 


2 


Ireland 


h 


Australia 


1 


Italy 


31 


Barbados 


2 


Jamaica 


7 


Bolivia 


1 


Japan 


1 


Canada 


20 


Korea 


k 


China 


3 


Lebanon 


7 


Colombia 


6 


Pa'dLstan 


h 


Cuba 


8 


Philippines 


2 


Czech 


1 


Poland 


h 


Ecuador 


2 


Portugal 


2 


Egypt 


1 


Russia 


3 


England 


1 


Scotland 


h 


Finland 


1 


So. Africa 


3 


Germany 


h 


Spain 


7 


Gt. Braitain 1 


Turkey 


6 


Greece 


232 


Vietnam 


1 


Hungary 


1 


Yugoslavia 


8 


India 


111 







TOTAL "J* 02 " 



W0RTHINGT0N 
England 



YARMOUTH 

Austria 1 

Barbados 1 

England 1 

India ._«_ 1 

TOTAL 



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